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  • 1. Art in the Classroom : Gilbert Stuart Arlington Science Focus School Martin R. Kalfatovic November 30, 2007
  • 2. Who is Gilbert Stuart?
    • Born in Rhode Island
    • Lived 1755 – 1828
    • American painter
    • Famous for portraits of people
  • 3. Portraits by Gilbert Stuart Catherine Brass Yates (Mrs. Richard Yates), 1793/1794 National Gallery of Art
  • 4. Portraits by Gilbert Stuart Abigail Smith Adams (Mrs. John Adams), 1800/1815 National Gallery of Art
  • 5. Portraits by Gilbert Stuart Thomas Jefferson, 1805 National Portrait Gallery and Monticello
  • 6. Portraits by Gilbert Stuart The Skater (Portrait of William Grant) , 1782
  • 7. George Washington George Washington National Gallery of Art
  • 8. George Washington George Washington National Portrait Gallery
  • 9. George Washington George Washington National Portrait Gallery & Boston Athenaeum
  • 10. George Washington
  • 11. George Washington Does anyone have a copy of this portrait in their pocket?
  • 12. What is a Portrait? A Person Helen Sears by John Singer Sargent Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • 13. What is a Portrait? A Pet
  • 14. A Group Portrait
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  • 20. What do you see?
  • 21. What do you see?
  • 22. What do you see?
  • 23. Dr. Seuss E.R. Kinstler What do you see?
  • 24. Types of Portraits Photograph Abraham Lincoln National Portrait Gallery
  • 25. Types of Portraits Painting Mary Cassatt by E. Degas National Portrait Gallery
  • 26. Types of Portraits Sculpture Thomas Jefferson by Houdon Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • 27. Types of Portraits Drawing George Washington by G. Stuart Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • 28. Why Do We Make Portraits? Gilbert Stuart New York Historical Society ???
  • 29. Let's Make a Portrait!
    • Hair (some)‏
    • Glasses
    • Cat
    • Tie
    • Books
  • 30. Let's Make a Portrait!
    • Hair (some)‏
    • Glasses
    • Cat
    • Tie
    • Books
  • 31. Let's Make a Portrait!
    • Hair (some)‏
    • Glasses
    • Cat
    • Tie
    • Books
  • 32. Let's Make a Portrait!
    • Hair (some)‏
    • Glasses
    • Cat
    • Tie
    • Books
  • 33. Let's Make a Portrait!
    • Hair (some)‏
    • Glasses
    • Cat
    • Tie
    • Books
  • 34. Your Turn!